Updates
April 2017
Kansas Strengthens Third Party Administrator Laws

Kansas Senate Bill No. 22, which became effective on March 9, 2017, amends the Kansas Third Party Administrator laws and appears designed to make them more robust by incorporating much of the language from the new National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ Third Party Administrator Model Act.

One of the most significant provisions in Senate Bill 22 is that it implements a provision in Section 3(b) that an administrator is not eligible for a nonresident license in Kansas if its home state has not adopted laws that are substantially similar governing administrators.

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